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12/18/07

New Sketch Released in 2005 Homicide Investigation

Source: DPS Source: DPS

Investigators hope a new sketch will give them the break they need in a two year old murder case.

Remains were found near Buffalo Springs Lake and Yellow House Canyon on December 29, 2005. In the past two years, the Texas Rangers and Lubbock County Sheriff investigators have been able to get a DNA sample but they have nothing else to make a match.

The teen is believed to be male and black, between the ages of 12 and 19. The medical examiner says the boy died a violent death and they are trying to identify him.

If the sketch, pictured right, looks like someone you knew, you're urged to call Crime Line. That number is (806) 741-1000.

2/14/06
Investigators Now Have a Face to Go with Remains Found Near Yellow House Canyon
Lubbock homicide investigators now have a face to go with the human remains found last year in Yellow House Canyon. A forensic artist was able to create a sketch after carefully studying the remains.

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